shall support the Critical Design Review (CDR) by providing JPL with approved
copies of Contractor's Software Design Document (SDD), and the Software Coding
Standards for the language to be used. Contractor's Software Quality Assurance
(SQA) shall approve these documents before they are submitted to JPL. JPL shall
receive them at least 60 days before the CDR.
Software Design Document (SDD) shall show the full design of the proposed
software and detail the internal interfaces. The SDD shall describe the
structure and detailed design of the units, components, and assemblies of the
Contract/Purchase Order item.
Software Coding Standard shall contain the rules, practices, and conventions to
be used in coding the software. This shall include naming conventions, header
format, code format, in-code documentation requirements, and a history of code
changes of each change date and authorization.
action items from the PDR shall be resolved, or plans for resolving them will
be submitted. A rough draft of the Software Test Procedure shall be submitted
showing that all of the requirements are testable. A preliminary copy of the
requirements traceability matrix shall be submitted showing all requirements
are accounted for in the design and will be tested. A current estimate of
Flight Software Margins shall be submitted per QC88-S.
Contractor shall submit any previously approved and submitted documents having
changes with Contractor's SQA approval indicated on them. JPL shall receive
these re-submitted documents at least 30 days before CDR.